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Remove OsxAptioFixDrv and try OsxAptioFix2Drv.

As i said

Also i tried to use another version of OsxAptioFixDrv from Clover installer

 

As i see OsxAptioFix2Drv don't use the reloc block

But still get errors

Error allocating 0x4766 pages at 0x0000000000c63000 alloc type 2

Error loading kernel cache (0x9)

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As i said

 

As i see OsxAptioFix2Drv don't use the reloc block

But still get errors

Error allocating 0x4766 pages at 0x0000000000c63000 alloc type 2

Error loading kernel cache (0x9)

What slide values did you use? Try slide=8 or 10 or 100 

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What slide values did you use? Try slide=8 or 10 or 100 

slide=0

Tried different values include 8, 10 and 100.

 

Issue only with 10.11 GM. Earlier Public beta installer booted with OsxAptioFixDrv without problems.

Currently i can boot current installation of 10.10 with OsxAptioFixDrv (not OsxAptioFix2Drv).

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@sinsinsin - are you using clover? .... and setting CSR to 0x3 or higher to disable security etc.

 

i use chamaleon boot loader

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As i said

 

As i see OsxAptioFix2Drv don't use the reloc block

But still get errors

Error allocating 0x4766 pages at 0x0000000000c63000 alloc type 2

Error loading kernel cache (0x9)

 

 

What slide values did you use? Try slide=8 or 10 or 100 

 

Using OsxAptioFix2Drv and slide=8 fixed this error for me on El Capitan GM. Thanks!

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Still have problems with EMU 0204 USB Audio interface (sound stucks after 2-10 seconds)
Can anyone still have problems with their audio interfaces?

GM Candidate

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Hello!

Trying to update to 10.11 GM.

But can't boot into installer with error:

OsxAptioFixDrv: Starting overrides for OS X Install Data\boot.efi

OsxAptioFixDrv: Error - requested memory exceeds our allocated relocation block

Requested mem: 5695000 - AAF8FFF, Pages: 5464, Size: 5464000

Reloc block: B355D000 - BC9A7FFF, Pages: 944B, Size: 944B000

I tried to boot in safe mode, without caches. No luck

Also i tried to use another version of OsxAptioFixDrv from Clover installer

look here: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/284656-clover-general-discussion/page-399?do=findComment&comment=2166949

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I was able to get my Z87 build to boot to the installer with OsxAptioFix2Drv. The only boot argument, aside from verbose, was darkwake=8 which is only for waking from sleep issues (hence, not related to booting at all). Only kexts injected were FakeSMC and RealtekRTL8111.

 

May do an install in a few weeks or when they release 10.11.1. So far so good on my MBP 2010, if anyone's wondering. Seems solid, though Disk Utility is a damn disaster.

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Thanks, Mirone!

 

How i can turn off Nvidia card before running installer?

Because i can't get graphics working (in installer)

 

FakeSMC injected thru Clover

 

ig-platform-id is 0x01660004

 

Args are: slide=0 npci=0x2000 -v -f

With injected kexts

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I can't install GM no matter what I do...

 

Tried:

Clover r3259 (vanilla method copying Packages etc.) with "regular" AptioFix that comes with it (zone_init allocation error), AptioFix2 (zone_init allocation error) and patched Clover  (old Clover, only partial success, can't get through Missing Bluetooth Controller)

 

Clover r3264 (--createinstallmedia method) made with CloverGrower with new AptioFix (zone_init allocation error).

 

Basically, the only way to get through zone_init error is ancient Clover (r2xxx)... Now I'm stuck, don't  have any ideas left.

 

I use FakeSMC.kext on EFI partition (6.16.1372).

 

Config.plist includes 0x28 and 0x67 values for BooterConfig and CSRActiveConfig, are these correct?

 

Any idea?

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Hello!

Trying to update to 10.11 GM.

But can't boot into installer with error:

OsxAptioFixDrv: Starting overrides for OS X Install Data\boot.efi

OsxAptioFixDrv: Error - requested memory exceeds our allocated relocation block

Requested mem: 5695000 - AAF8FFF, Pages: 5464, Size: 5464000

Reloc block: B355D000 - BC9A7FFF, Pages: 944B, Size: 944B000

I tried to boot in safe mode, without caches. No luck

Also i tried to use another version of OsxAptioFixDrv from Clover installer

Try slide=10 in boot arguments, works with me. Or update clover to build 3264

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Try slide=10 in boot arguments, works with me. Or update clover to build 3264

Build 3264 working fine.

 

Mirone, Taruga thanks!

 

There is a mistake, ig-platform-id on my working system (10.10.5) always 0x01660003

 

How i can remove NV* kexts from InstallESD.dmg (used app from AppStore, InstallESD.dmg in /OS X Install Data)?

Edited by TheTourist

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I give up...

 

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3162, 3259, 3264, AptioFixDrv, AptioFixDrv2, slide=0/8/10/100, three different FakeSMC kexts... nothing works on this damn machine...  :(

Did you try to do legacy boot to Clover? It will work without AptioFix.

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I just tried legacy Clover and I get the same kernel panic. Earlier today I tried Enoch bootloader and it shows that I have 4042MB of RAM, could this be the cause? UEFI shows correct values, I have one stick of RAM in the second slot because the first one doesn't work. Yosemite works perfectly fine on the same machine...

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How i can remove NV* kexts from InstallESD.dmg (used app from AppStore, InstallESD.dmg in /OS X Install Data)?

two clicks on InstallESD.dmg,
BaseSystem mount,
go up to System / Library / Extension

and delete the kexts.

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two clicks on InstallESD.dmg,
BaseSystem mount,
go up to System / Library / Extension

and delete the kexts.

 

Read-only file system.

I this case i've asked how to remove those kexts (:

 

Should i use hdiutil?

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Read-only file system.

I this case i've asked how to remove those kexts (:

 

Should i use hdiutil?

If you have Create Install Media its impossible to removing kext inside.dmg

The dmg is read Only

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